[doku11] turmoil . the world in turmoil
1. deadly night 12:04
2. evocation of haures 12:02
3. demise 7:06
4. astral 16:21
all tracks recorded in 2008 by tom and holly maggio
and compiled in 2009 for this release.
web site: http://turmoil.4t.com/
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|evocation of haures|
Since 1998 Turmoil has been Using sound manipulation to field recordings, found sounds and chopped up audio recordings we create a dreamlike atmosphere. Monotonous at times, like a nightmare with no end.
Turmoil is Tom and Holly Maggio.
Turmoil is also the founder of Amduscias Records Net Label. It is a net label featuring dark, electronic music. All releases are available for FREE digital download from archive.org.
Tom Maggio is also known as Upheaval and Sonic Erosion. He is also in collaboration with Entropy, Domestic Turmoil, inSOMAnic Vs. Turmoil, Audio Masochists, and Elvatorium.
Holly Maggio is also known as Rose Red.
"Do What Thou Wilt Shall Be The Whole Of The Law"
"... Worship me with fire and blood; worship me with swords and with spears..." (from The Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley, 1938)
Oh cabbage-heads soaked in rum! On the blink, on the tum! It's right, tight, put out the light! Putty faces! Oh grimaces At this time of night! Let me draw, paint, sculp Your faces of pulp! Oh gulp! Put out the light! Diabolically, divinely bright tight! (from 'G-R-R-R-R-R!', 1916)
"... the Magus should not eat with those who he does not esteem, and must live in the most uniform and methodical manner. He should have the most exalted self-respect an should consider himself a dethroned sovereign, who consents to existence that he may recover his crown. Being amiable and well-behaved towards anyone, he should never permit himself to be absorbed in social relations and should withdraw from circles where he does not possess some initiative." (from The Mysteries of Magic by Alphonse Constant, 1886)
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